Accession Number : ADA189769
Title : Target Detection Routine (TADER) Methodology Description.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : ARMY CONCEPTS ANALYSIS AGENCY BETHESDA MD
Personal Author(s) : Bauman, Walter J ; Penn, Saul L
PDF Url : ADA189769
Report Date : Sep 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 139
Abstract : Documentation was prepared for the Target Detection Routine (TADER) developed at the US Army Concepts Analysis Agency. TADER was designed to compute the probability of operational target acquisition (POTA) of generic military units scanned by opposing sensor arrays over a fixed search period. Computed POTA values are input to a CAA nuclear fire planning model (NUFAM). TADER is deterministic model which employs an input target lucrativeness threshold to filter out detections not suitable for targeting. The TADER Methodology Description is structured to provide a user with detailed information of TADER model logic. Additional information on TADER model operation may be found in the TADER User's Guide (CAA-D-87-8), published separately. Keywords: Target detection Functional description, Methodology, Detection model, Sensors, TADER.
Descriptors : *DECISION MAKING, *DETECTORS, *MATHEMATICAL MODELS, *TARGET ACQUISITION, *TARGET DETECTION, *TARGETING, *TARGETS, *USER MANUALS, ARRAYS, DETECTION, DETERMINANTS(MATHEMATICS), FIRES, INPUT, LOGIC, METHODOLOGY, MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS, MODELS, NUCLEAR MODELS, OPERATION, PLANNING
Subject Categories : Target Direction, Range and Position Finding
Fire Control and Bombing Systems
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE